Welcome to The Occasional Caesura. The poems featured here have been for me, welcome breaks, caesuras, throughout the metrical feet of my life. I hope they are for you as well.
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This poem is a simple one dedicated to my dear husband. It is written in iambic pentameter: x/x/x/x/x/, with only a single rhyme throughout: AAAA. Father’s Day, 2018 I may have borne them each, but it was you, Whose shoulders carried weight I never knew, You set the bar so high, so straight, so…